Spring International Quilt Market: Salt Lake City

Quick recap:

I spent 5 straight days in about 80 square feet.

My mom & a few good friends were there to force me to talk, and remind me to eat.

If I had my way, I probably would have sat in the corner and only spoke when spoken to.

But I’m so glad I didn’t.

There were too many amazing people to meet to stay locked up in my introverted-ness.

And meet them, I did. (Pictures of friends, soon.)

Didn’t get pictures of other booths, because I couldn’t really leave mine for more than a few minutes at a time. (But I think there are enough pictures floating around out there that you’ll get to see the amazing talent going on…)

One quilt market down, dozens to go.

Somehow, I think this was the hardest and it will all get easier from here on out, because I know what to expect.

Quilt market=made of awesome.

23 thoughts on “Spring International Quilt Market: Salt Lake City

  1. great pictures! what camera do you use? they are always so wonderful. i love the jars too and of course the quilts. Oh to be as talented as you but meanwhile I will just bask in your glory! Great job!

    1. I just have an old Olympus DSLR. I am researching what I’d like to upgrade to. When I decide, I’ll let you know! And as for basking, well, if you can find something to bask in, bask away! ;)

  2. I wish I could have been there. It looks amazing. I can’t wait to hear all the wonderful stories!

  3. Your pictures look like GREAT FUN was had ! I am like you ; sit in the corner and speak when spoken to ( aka shy — only until I get to know somebody , then they can’t shut me up !! )
    Your booth looks great !

    1. Yeah, people who know me probably think they can’t get me to shut up either, at least on certain topics I am excited about. :) Market WAS a lot of fun.

  4. Your booth looks wonderful! So glad it went well! I am sure that you were are smashing success :)

  5. AMAZING!!! Everything is absolutely beautiful… stunning even! I’m glad you took lots of pictures so I can feel almost like I was there. Count me in for LOTS of help with the dozens to come. This is going somewhere good, I can feel it! :D

  6. Great pictures. I’m shy when I’m around a lot of new people. I have a hard time verbalizing when I’m around people I know, let alone strangers. I turn beet red. But when I’m relaxed and talking about things I’m excited about I tend to ramble on too. I’m glad you had a good time and enjoyed meeting people. Your booth looked great.

    1. Thanks! It’s something I’m working on, the socializing. I’m getting better at it, but it definitely leaves me exhausted.

  7. Your booth was amazing! So glad to meet you! And yes, in a few hours my “day job” will officially be over for summer and I can start sewing!

  8. Your booth was fabulous! I’m really proud of you – I can’t even imagine pulling off what you did. Can’t wait to hear more about it!

  9. I loved your booth! I am SO glad it turned out….and so well! it has your touch, which I love. And your new patterns are fantastic! You have made your mark…so proud of you! xoxo

    1. Aw, thanks. I’m glad you got to see it, after all. And of course, YOUR booth was the talk of market–I’m seeing Children at Play EVERYWHERE–brilliant! Glad we’re friends. Mwa!

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